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is to negotiate with them. so he has to stand very, very firm on that. >> i'm betting that he is going to stay tough on the debt ceiling. and i'm also betting, i may be the only one. i think they're going to pull more revenue out in the next congress through tax reform elements on deductions and exemptions, we'll see what happens on that. ezra klein and jared bernstein, thank you. >>> and coming up, republican governor chris christie versus boehner, and university john king, versus john boehner. and more on hillary clinton's condition and the republicans who lied about that. >>> and in the rewrite tonight, the secret governing, totally secret governing that took place in the united states senate today even though it was on c-span, it was completely a secret. i know you have been told the senate is closed after the fiscal cliff vote. but that is not true. the truth is that the senate works better than you think. and it did that today. that is coming up. my name is marjorie reyes, and i'm a chief warrant officer. i love the fact that quicken loans provides va loans. quicken loans understood the
analysis i think what cory is doing is pretty smart. he is placing a bet that frank is not going to run again and he is trying to position himself at the head of the line for anybody else who might aspire to replace frank. and so this is not a game for wall flowers or folks who are -- at the end of the day it is a pretty darwinian game. >> listen to this. this is what booker said in that wnbc interview. >> as frustrated as i was with him for taking time to evolve, as he said, it was a glorious thing to see the first president of the united states stand up and affirm equality. >> talking about same sex marriage and marriage equality. should republicans reconsider their stance on issues such as same sex marriage? >> i don't think so. earlier today colin powell talked about the dark vein of intolerance. that plays both ways when you have folks on the left who will take a defense of traditional marriage as being an act of bigotry. i think we need to grow up and play this out in the public arena and in the legislate chb bodies of the country. >> the president's comments made before the elect
each other. against that backdrop, few would have bet on us, few would have bet on new jersey leading the way to restore people's belief that government could accomplish things for them. but here we are, three years later, and look at all of those things some called impossible in this town that we have made a reality -- a real 2% property tax cap, interest arbitration reform, pension and health benefit reform, teacher tenure reform, higher education restructuring resulting in rutgers now being in the top 25 in research dollars and the newest member of the big 10, $1.3 billion in new capital investment in all our universities for the first time in 25 years, a ground-breaking teacher contract in newark that finally acknowledges merit pay, three years ago, a national reputation for corruption and division and waste, today, a national model for leadership. that is today's new jersey. [applause] [applause] let's review this new reality specifically, to remind our constituents and ourselves how far we have come and to resolve to never return to the old, dark days of our past in trenton. fou
the names right. luckily there's very few sports fans in boston for your re-election hopes. the bets he has with the baltimore mayor they are exchanging food and judging from the photo this is not something he needs to do right now. >> oh! >> we need a better bet. the bets of exchanging food -- >> have you ever had a baltimore crab cake? >> okay, they have great crab cakes in new england as well. >> no, they don't. baltimore has the best! >> you need to have better bets. they're just exchanging food. >> all right, whatever, let's talk about the ravens defensive coordinator and how he's going to contain tom brady. >> this is spectacular. he's going to go all tonya harding, he said, he wants to spray water near the patriots bus as tom brady's getting off because if you've seen tom brady in this postseason he's been unstoppable and tom brady is looking to go to yet another super bowl, more super bowls than anyone else in the history of the nfl, six super bowls which would be unbelievable, unprecedented, he looks as good now as he did when he was going to his first super bowl. i'm talking about
." live on your radio and current tv. >> bill: you bet it is. 33 minutes after the hour now. here we go on a beautiful thursday morning. january 3rd. happy new year, everybody. the "full court press" coming to you live from our nation's capital. brought to you today by the national education association. the good men and women of the nea under president dennis van roekel creating great public schools across this country for every student in america. you bet for more information look at their web site at today, the day that the new congress will be sworn in. it is a day of festivity here in washington, d.c. not only the new members of the senate and the house but even the returning members, the veterans who have been here, sworn in again and then they all invite their friends and neighbors and supporters for receptions and dinners and cocktail parties and there will be nothing but parties all day today. i've been invited to several. i'm going actually this afternoon, invited to attend the swearing in recepti
it will be a cakewalk. they know what they're doing and i think they make a tremendous bet. but i also think that, you know, the thinks that they're bringing up, he's addressed them. he's a veteran. people know that he is not going to be the one that one that makes -- you know, he's not going a rogue defense secretary. he's going to be advising the president. >> do you think there would be a filibuster, though? do you think republicans would filibuster? or do you think that maybe that will be a bridge that republicans who don't vote for him but vote to move him? >> i'm going to echo senator schumer and say it's too soon. my bet would be against the filibuster and confirmation. >> meaning, he'll basically say, democrats are going to confirm. but republicans are not going to prevent the vote? >> i'd say no republicans. >> my friend jonathan last has a new book coming out what to expect when no one's expecting. that may be the new fertility trends in this country. >> okay. senator? >> i know you think i'm going to be my son in football but i'm actually going to be my sister who is a film director who has
and ends with yourself. >> we can use our imaginations. we can do the math. >> thanks, john. >> you bet. see you later. called me old-fashioned but i don't think it's appropriate in the people's house. >> let's hope harwood can rise above the d.c. rhetoric. >> of course he can, and as we head towards a debt ceiling showdown how do we reach a deal in this obvious hostile environment? >> let's get perspective from republican tom cole along with democratic congressman adam schiff. congressman cole, first to you. how can we expect a deal amid all this partisan bickering? >> well, i think if the president will lead, we'll put forward real spending cuts, real entitlement reform, we'll be able to handle this. so far he hasn't done that. talks a lot about a balanced approach. he got revenue last night. frankly i worked on that, and helped my friends achieve that, but now it's time for him to live up his end of the bargain and put serious spending cuts and serious entitlement remember forms on a table. if he does, he'll find willing partners in the republican conference. >> congressman schiff, t
't an issue barry bonds would be a sure bet to be named to the baseball hall of fame today. but his first ballot selection is in question because of performance-enhancing drugs. recognition for roger clemens and sammy sosa is also in question because of steroids. about 600 people are deciding on the new members. and their decision will come at 11 a.m. there is a chance no one will be elected this year so we'll have to see. >>> well, an olympic star who will compete for cal next season returned to competitive swimming for the first time since winning a number of gold medals in london. by the way, this was her high school team. >> i'm so nervous. i have no idea -- i was literally like intensely shaking in the locker room and all my teammates are like, what's wrong with you? >> no kidding. you're world class in high school! that's missy franklin. she won both her races in colorado yesterday. the 17-year-old snagged four gold medals in the 2012 olympics and she will be a golden bear in the fall. colorado gal. >> can you imagine at that meet, her opponent
on amazon. the grand deception. as always. good to talk with you. >> you bet. lou: better heads prevail at today board meeting. aig will not be joining the lawsuit against the government to save it from bankruptcy. wisdom sometimes does have rewards. afg stock rose hire. along with the rest of the market. adelle of 62 points. nasdaq up 14. volume traded on the big board. the officials say they have complete confidence despite mechanical issues with another 787, this time in japan. caught fire at boston's logan international. this survey in different at logan. stock up today after two days of losses. up next here ten weeks after super storms in the, the ongoing wait for federal aid makes hurricane katrina look a lot better than some people have been telling us, like the national liberal media. the subject of our "chalk talk" tonight. congressional democrats urging the president to advance his imperialists presidency. the president showing, well, constraint. her comin ♪ >> we, as a state can have waited 72 days, seven times longer than the victims of hurricane katrina waited. one thing
billion bet on bank of america and stock buyback from a long time investor valued at $1.2 billion. they did even better if you analyze the book value. up 7.8%. lori: warren appreciates that. he appreciates you adding that. melissa: there you go. real progress or is just washington kicking the can down the road. lori: that is my band. melissa: puttings off the inevitable. lou dobbs is back. with physical -- fiscal advice for washington as lawmakers gear up for the next debate on the debt ceiling. i don't know. lori: interest rates today. 1.83 on the 10-year. we're back in a moment. melissa: it wasn't pretty but congress got a deal to save is from the fiscal cliff so everything is great now, right? no. another cliff is coming just two months from now. congress will have to act to raise the debt ceiling. lou dobbs is here now to weigh in. -- raise the debt ceiling. >> i have to say i'm just relegating to all this the same trash heap that originated mayan apocalypse as well as the fiscal cliff. i'm not paying attention to their bull anymore. melissa: no. >> it gets kind of funny when
pete rose sit out, one of the greatest baseball players of all time has been sitting out because he bet on teams. and i understand, you know. >> sorry, is there a compromise where you let them have the records but didn't make them hall of famers? >> i don't want them to have the record. >> the hall of fame ballplayers, put it on the plaque. it's the baseball hall of fame, not the moral hall of fame. you have members of the ku klux klan in the hall of fame. you have perhaps people who were accessories to murder, ty cobb, in the hall of fame. you have out-and-out racists in the hall of fame. it's the baseball hall of fame. >> the hall of fame is about the game. and they cheated at the game. so they shouldn't be in there. and that's simple. we don't need six minutes of this. >> they have to be in there. >> i do want to say -- and i understand that argument, you know, what pete rose did didn't impact his statistics, didn't impact the game. what bonds and clemens did especially, they cheated -- exactly -- at the game. >> you know, one of the things they are going to have to do when they take
boehner is doing with this proposal on pay, overwhelmingly i bet the american people support the notion. they can't get paid if they don't do their job. will harry reid and mitch mcconnell, will they actually feel either based on the efforts of the house or what the president does, will they feel like hey, we need to listen to what the country wants. there's still populism out there particularly with the economy bad and feeling washington needs to get its act together. >> joe? >> yeah. >> that asks -- that leads me to ask, you know, the group, what happens if within the white house, off of what mark just said, because this will be increasingly popular if the republicans continue to do things like this, what happens if the white house decides to try and pick off specific members of the republican membership in the house and perhaps some republicans in the senate and basically say people like you more now if you come and try and meet us halfway. what happens to this whole ball game if that occurs? >> i actually think the ball game is changing. the front of "the washington post" says that
of milk and plenty of sex. what about that for a recipe or lifelong? >> it's obviously worked. i bet her blood pressure would be on the low side. >> can we stay off blood pressure? >> looking at places where people live a long time, the story resonates. social structure around them, family with them here today and ability to make peace with what's going on in your life and then physical activity. and sex does count. >> i'm 48 and since i've gotten to my late 40s i have sleep problems. i wake up every night at 3:00 or 4:00 in the morning. i can't get back to sleep. >> i have a 1-year-old daughter who wakes up at 3:00 in the morning. for people who have broken sleep, how important is sleep? how many hours should you get? and if you can't get enough, what do you do about it? >> the number one underappreciated health problem in america is sleep issues. it drives over eating, high blood pressure. >> i can blame my 1-year-old daughter? >> assess, blame, condemn, that's what it comes down to. sleep issues, you mentioned you're awake in the middle of the night. anxiety can cause it, as we get ol
for the day you may not go back for your lunch but i bet everybody goes back for their phone. technology is not going anywhere and top tiered market looks for options in the phones but the bottom tier looks just for the phones. maybe there won't be such a leader and be more a follower and lower cost phone for the emerging markets. >> 900 million smart phones will be sold. people are buying their phones but they want to buy them cheaper. >> right. >> neil: stick around. president's thoughts and what others thought. i'm only in my 60's... i've got a nice long life ahead. big plans. so when i found out medicare doesn't pay all my medical expenses, i looked at my options. then i got a medicare supplement insurance plan. [ male announcer ] if you're eligible for medicare, . the rest is up to you. call now and find out about an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement plans, it helps pick up some of what medicare doesn't pay. and could save you thousands in out-of-pocket costs. to me, relationships matter.
a trip to grandmother's house, have to think bet the mileage on the car. so you start looking where to trim back. usually it's not the grocery budget but it's in of the things that were a little more fluffy around the outside and eating out is one of those. >> so, you think about it, for a lot of folks, this payroll tax cut being taken away, means that their takehome pay could be impacted up to 20%. do you then tell folks you have to make up for that by cutting your spending 20%? >> well, sure, you have to you're not in congress. you have to live on less than you make. so you have to sit down and lay out a game plan here and figure out what we're going to do. truthly -- i was yelling people about this on twitter before the fiscal cliff fiscal cliff the only fiscal cliff you can control is yourself so as long others they play these shenanigans, it's incumbent more and more and more to have your emergency fund in place to be on a written budget to cut up the credit cards and get out of debt. so create wiggle room in your life because they haven't figured out how to do that in d.c. and
and challenges with all three. if i had to bet i bet they all are confirmed and that hagel will be the toughest but ultimately will get through. the larger issue, with brennan going to c.i.a. and with jack lew going to treasury this is the effective consolidation of the white house and the president directly over treasury and c.i.a. and c.i.a. nominally an independent agency. >>gregg: these are corner -- cronies? >> yes and it is worrisome. >>gregg: pat, especially hagel who has said to republicans, troubling things about iran, hamas, hezbollah. >> said troubling things to democrats and not just republicans and he will be the most problematic. we see president obama and his chief of staff will either be biden's or the deputy of tom donnalyn, all white males, to drop the mask of pretense of bipartisanship, pushing the agenda through and the discussion each of them is what we can do in terms of ignoring the law. but hagel has real problems. >> john, you have pointed out that republicans are in disarray. does that make it impossible for them to oppose the nominations? >> it makes it harder. the bi
. >> right, and so chris christie, you would have to bet on, out of all the potential field we know about right now is the guy who is more likely to come out with that punch, that swing, in a debate that really does excite an audience. >> and i've always said that is the key to chris christie in the off-the-cuff, he is better than reading from text. i never thought with the republican base that he has a problem with immigration. because if it comes up in a debate, if he is running for national office and it comes up, he has a way of reframing it and resetting it. people say i like him, i want to be with him, he has given me something to work with. now i will rationalize why it works, he has that personality that makes a lot of republicans want to be with him and rationalize back wards to get with him. into his camp. that is a skill that i don't see any other national republican right now -- >> most importantly, there is a candidate that most republicans can back. krystal ball, and steve kornacki, thank you for joining us. >> thank you. >>> and coming up. start thinking about what you will
in the blanks? >> this issue is very close to the president's heart. so my bet and my money would be on a bold proposal of the white house. of course, there are negotiations and that's part of the process, and if you peel off what matt was saying and if one of the more interesting statistics was the fact that 65% of people who were polled in this election felt that undocumented workers should have a path to citizenship. so this is an issue where the will of the american people will be behind a reform package and in the president's heart he would like to do something big. >> you will see the president out there pushing this thing using those campaign-style events that he's become such a fan of. let's move to gun control now. i want to continue to talk about this because one of the things that continues to happen is something tragic happens and after a month or two we all move on to something else, now in regard to this, in the wake of the tragic shootings in newtown, we've seen republican lawmakers saying they're willing to re-evaluate the nation's gun laws and they include marco rubio, chuck g
on the front page of his blog or website there. you can bet there will be a number of other conservatives saying that the president is trying to big foot congress and make a move that he has wanted in taking away guns. >> it's hard to know what the vice president was referring to. i doubt however that he was talking about some unilateral action on the part of the white house relative to assault weapons or magazine capacity. i think they have a very difficult time in changing the preaccepts of the second amendment without the participation of congress. it's more of an access question focused on the mental health component. >> let me play chris christie. he made the rounds and is on the cover of "time" magazine with the word boss and a lot of glory given to him and how he handled sandy and stood up to his party and chose not to vote on the package. here's his reaction to the conversation on gun control and legislation. let me play it. >> if we don't deal with the substance abuse and mental illness issues, we are short changing this. >> if they deal with those issues, would you support a fed
's reckless bets nearly crashed our entire economy. taxpayers across this country saved aig from ruin and it would be outrageous for this company to turn around and sue the federal government because they think the deal wasn't generous enough." so explain to all of us the thinking behind aig and why they would do this, the motivation? >> well, i think i can do that. first of all, one thing that hasn't been said so far in the discussion is the word "voluntary." aig did not have to take the bailout that was offered to them by the federal government. they could have refused it. it would have meant certain bankruptcy. so let's not forget this was a volunta voluntary agreement. nobody forced them to take the bailout. look, the only reason for the aig board to consider joining thus lawsuit is because they actually might be liable if the shareholders proceed with the suit, win the suit, they could again accuse the board of not seriously considering the suit. and so they're are corporate government issues there. my belief is that the board feels it has to do this and that they'll quickly say,
. who doesn't? elizabeth warren said this on the issue. aig's reckless bets nearly crashed our entire economy. taxpayers across this country saved aig from ruin. and it would be outrageous for this company to turn around and sue the federal government because they think the deal wasn't generous enough. steve. >> so i agree with elizabeth warren who's completely right. >> that's all i need to hear. you just made my morning. >> january 9th of the new session. >> check right there. >> it's amazing what a victory does. >> come on. >> something about 1,000 fathers and orphans. >> something like that. something like that. so i'm curious, mika. i'm reading "the new york times," as i do every morning. >> oh, yes. >> and i'm hurt. i am hurt because you always told me, and this is why, of course, i was hopeful even though mitt romney lost, that the next four years would be better because you said barack obama cares about women so much. >> yeah. >> and i thought he did. but obama's remade inner circle has an all-male look so far. you look at -- you look at barack obama's inner circle, and you lo
inside "the war room." >> thank you for having me. >> jennifer: you bet. virginia is now considering a measure to arm teachers. do you think that will prevent school violence? >> no, i do not. what will prevent school violence is a measured, practical, and realistic approach. arming teachers is a concept that is rejected by most virginians, and i'll tell you why. teachers are trained to teach. police officers are trained to protect the community. it takes time and experience to develop the adjustment in a crisis situation. police officers have that training. teachers don't. you know, a couple of hours of training for a teacher to carry a firearm is one thing. a crisis situation is something else. >> jennifer: so i'm interested in this. your colleague or your a colleague in the legislation bob marshall proposed that very measure. he was in "the war room" this week and i would love for you to take a listen to what he had to say. >> if a person was trained the same way a policeman was trained or a policewoman was trained to respond as if the police were there, it would cut these things
." >> thanks for having me governor. >> jennifer: you bet. so how significant it is that governors are speaking up? >> it's quite significant these governors are speaking up. states are the laboratory of democracy, and what they can be doing in their states can be models for the rest of the country, and maybe models for congress, if congress chooses to listen. >> jennifer: chris christie said he thinks republican governors are shaping the ayen da more than the flps congress. do you think that's true? maybe on guns and other things too? >> it could very well be true on guns, but of course that's a mixed bag. you can have governors out west or in the south that would put police and armed guards at every school, and governors on the east who would go more like the rest of the country. and what we can see there is really what each state sees it's a as. but connecticut doesn't put armed guards in every school but colorado choices to do so we could see which works. >> jennifer: there is an argument for every bit of policy regardless of what the facts are. i think you'
the years and i'm betting that john brennan has, too, that too much of our intelligence is tactical, focused on who is coming over the next hill, on the battlefield. we surged -- most of our intel assets into afghanistan and iraq over recent years, or about how those wars would come out, and it is a good idea to restore some of our focus on other parts of the world, including asia. i hope our rebalance -- i am speaking as a former policy maker and someone who has a policy institution -- i would hope this rebalance toward asia will not focus on how we make relationships with china and others more difficult. i hope it focuses on how we join with the region to create a larger trading relationship with the united states, and to understand better ways in which we can become closer friends with china and friends with the region. i think that will be in everybody's interests, and to the extent the cia gives us information about leadership changes -- there have been leadership changes in japan, china, and south korea in the last six months -- and better information about other trends, then our polic
me. >> jennifer: you bet. as with hillary clinton, i'm curious about whether your experience with congress might have inspired you a bit to consider at least running for office yourself? >> well, it was interesting dealing with congress, but what inspired me was the chance to serve in government. i -- for 17 months i was administrator of cms, i got to help advance the most important steps in american public policy and health care in my lifetime. it was just wonderful. i got to work with great staff, and it gave me a taste for what good government really can do and really whetted my appetite for it. >> jennifer: so are you going to run? >> i haven't decided yet. i'm very, very serious about this. i spent time thinking about it my family and many colleagues and state holders, i am going to continue to listen for a while and then make up my mind. it's a great time for states now. we all know the problems in washington, and states can take the lead. i think massachusetts is a terrific place to show everybody what can be done by working together. >> jennifer
is paying attention, and i bet he is, he knows the nra stands very much alone in this country in opposing universal background checks for buying a gun. the last cbs news/"new york times" poll showed that nine out of ten americans, 92% support universal background checks for buying a gun. among nra members, his own members, 86% believe that anybody buying a gun should have to undergo a background check. which is why wayne lapierre does not want to answer a straight question about it. 86% of my members want this, but i'm against it because i'm a -- hey, nice tie. let's move on. after the president unveiled the administration's list of proposed reforms related to gun violence, the conventional wisdom was, and still is to a great extent, ah, this is doomed. there is no way any of this can get done. but pressure, public pressure is working in certain corners of the gun policy debate. and one of those corners may end up being specifically universal background checks, the centerpiece of what the president has proposed there is consensus building in washington that outside of the fringiest fringe
mcgwire. i think it's the bbwaa with the 569 ballots. i think we fail. i bet half those guys have not seen a guy in 25 years and this idea that you're in able to vote forever. there were deserving players tim raines, alan trammell. it seems like the votes are getting stupider and stupider. this is apart from steroids, which is a very complicated issue. >> john: what do you think, is there a chance we'll see their names on the ballot next year and their punishment is that they're not eligible the first year. >> people like barry bonds sammy sosa, roger clemens they'll be on the ballot next year but the storyline will be tom glavin, maddox. they will be clean players where we'll celebrate maximum god glavin, maddox and frank thomas. and i don't see how you have a hall of fame that is supposed to be a museum, mind you that doesn't have these players. it's like a museum as written by joseph stalin, they didn't exist, therefore it didn't happen. the 90s just didn't happen. well guess what, a lot of writers who are doing this voting and handing in blank ballots, they cheered on the 1990
of taking down the global economy because of stupid, stupid derivatives bets they made. now there's this lawsuit that the aig board will consider, a lawsuit brought by the former ceo, hank greenberg, and they'll talk today about whether they want to be a part of it. this happening as aig is in a public relations campaign to say thank you for saving them. look at this public relations bid that they're doing. >> and now we're helping the east coast recover from hurricane sandy. >> we're a leading global insurance company -- >> the timing is a bit tough here and the current ceo saying we want to remind that you we do thank taxpayers for helping us. so the board of directors has to consider the demands and respond in a timely manner. it will be making the decision in the next several weeks. basically a long way of saying maybe. >> shocking. worst pr move ever. >> they say the government forced it down their throat, and that they got a really bad deal. fed was a loan shark. 14% interest. let me tell you a fun story. disney is rolling out this thing, a wrist band that you can book a gua
to talk trash, d.c. mayor vincent gray and the mayor of seattle both join me next to talk about their bet surrounding this weekend's big game.  >>> a photographer trying to get a picture of justin bieber inside his ferrari during a traffic stop was killed moments after snapping a picture. friends tell tmz chris kerrera had followed the ferrari all day. he spotted the car pull over in los angeles, took the picture, but police told him to get away from the car. as he was walking back across the street, another car hit him killing him. turns out justin bieber was not in the ferrari. >> i came out to pay respects to him because he was a great kid. he was just a kid. some people will say another paparazzi trying to make the money. actually he was not a paparazzi. he was just another kid from new mexico. >> justin bee beer released a statement saying his -- bieber released a statement saying his thoughts and prayers are with the man's family and he hopes this will trigger legislation in the interest of everyone's safety. ♪ i remember
've got to bet you're going to be seeing a lot of that loopy loop signature in about a year. thank you very much indeed. the dow industrials opened 52 points higher, 13,400, even though we're going to take 200 billion out of the economy this year, and nancy pelosi is talking about more tax increases still to come. maybe everybody thinks that ben is just going to keep on printing, maybe that's why we're at 13-4. a disturbing number for you, makes you question what kind of society this is. humane and generous or entitlement and dependency crazy? listen to this, one in four children participated in the food stamp program in 2011 that's according to the agriculture department and census department. about 20 million children being fed by the taxpayer. mother of two, nicole petallides, libertarian, john stossel join me now. nicole, first of all to you, you had a rant yesterday about kids and the way they're being brought up. but the defenders of the food stamp program say that 20 million kids, they will be healthy kids and this helps the economy. what do you say? >> i want to a, make it clea
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a broken wing. please. hah hah! ♪ nah nah nah nah nah ♪ >> suckers! >> stephanie: i bet he did say that. he just signed it in hawaii by auto pen. and then he wrote suckers. [ laughter ] >> stephanie: susie in florida, you are on the "stephanie miller show." hi susie. >> caller: hi. i want to talk about the nra's plan to arm schools. i think they should higher veterans. >> someone suggested the national guard -- >> stephanie: you know, i have to say. i do have a little bit of concern with the amount of posttraumatic stress syndrome that we have with the vets that have served. believe me, i understand, because i'm not a parent that you want to do immediately what is going to protect your kid. so i don't want to say that should be off the table but i don't want to introduce more guns and more people with mental problems. >> caller: between that and training teachers to use weapons. come on. the whole thing is asinining. >> stephanie: yeah. >> caller: i don't understand the philosophy behind it. but i think there's a lot of out of work military people that could use so
press show," live on your radio and current tv. >> bill: hey, you bet. eliot spitzer joining us in the next segment of the show. eliot spitzer post of "viewpoint" on current tv, of course. thirty-three minutes after the hour. it is the "full court press" this wednesday morning. welcome back everybody who is just joining us. we did not go over the cliff after all. the house finally went along with the compromise bill that passed the senate early on new year's day, 2:00 am about 11:00 pm last night. president obama said he would sign the bill before he hops on air force one and went back to hawaii to join his family and round out his holiday vacation. what does this say about the united states congress? i mean the new congress has to be better than this old one. but we'll see if john boehner can survive as speaker after caving in on this deal. >> we're starting to get accounts of how this deal was made. a very interesting part of the story i think that political is reporting. harry reid and john boehner met, and john boehner greeted harry reid by saying -- h
-tos. >> tweet deck. >> you had the tweet of the weekend. >> betting on the pro bowl? >> the guy that bets on the pro bowl, what do you say, has reached the bottom? >> i say the long road to rock bottom ends at wagering on the pro bowl. >> the odds, which you knew. >> afc given a point and a half. >> all right. what's up next? >> actually, that's the next to last. the final step is the north/south. >> oh, the blue gray. >> do they still have that? >> college all-star games. mika's must-read opinion page is next. to roll over my old 401(k) into a fidelity ira. man: okay, no problem. it's easy to get started; i can help you with the paperwork. um...this green line just appeared on my floor. yeah, that's fidelity helping you reach your financial goals. could you hold on a second? it's your money. roll over your old 401(k) into a fidelity ira and take control of your personal economy. this is going to be helpful. call or come in today. fidelity investments. turn here. and you wouldn't have it any other way.e. but your erectile dysfunction - you know, that could be a question of blood flow. cia
, no smoking, very little alcohol, and plenty of sex. what about that. >> it's obviously worked. i bet if i took mimi's blood pressure, it would be on the low side. >> stay off of blood pressure. >> go around the world and see where people live a long time, mimi's story resonates. the ability to make family. make peace with what's going on in your life and then physical activity and sex does count. that comes up over and over again. that's sort of a bar am tom ter whether you are healthy enough. >> your problem is about sleep? >> i'm 48 and since i got into my late 40s, i have started having sleep problems. i wake up at 3:00, 4:00 in the morning and i can't get back to sleep. >> i wake up because of my 1-year-old daughter at 3:00 in the morning. how important is sleep? how many hours can you get? if you can't get enough, what can you do about it? >> the number one appreciated problem in america is lack of sleep. >> i can blame my 1-year-old daughter. >> assess, blame and condemn. sleep issue, you mention you are awake in the middle of the night. anxiety can cause it. we need to go to the ba
now. gerri, these were broad gains among lots of different types of stocks. >> you bet. and the one you didn't mention, the small cap index posted its highest levels ever. so big gains for stocks. what was going on? well, stocks had been trading on uncertainty. we didn't know what tax rates were going to be. we didn't know what spending was going to be. with that confusion gone, stocks rose and rose dramatically. i have got to tell you here though that future not necessarily looking as happy as the finish today. jon? >> jon: so how long do they expect this rally to last? >> well, you know, it all depends on what congress does. it's a critically important now to the stock market. we have got two things coming up. we have the fiscal cliff. we have got sequestration coming up. big questions about government spending on both of those issues. i have a feeling that the stock market will be trading again on both of these as the uncertainty continues to unfold over the next weeks and months. jon? >> jon: but this market boone sent oil prices up as well? >> yeah, you betcha. benchmark crude
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